The purpose of this report is to understand New Zealand’s ability to meet peoples’ basic needs during a catastrophic event. The report proposes a new concept – rapid disaster relief and has used this concept to recommend further investment across five themes.
The report provides initial options for how Napier City Council might improve the resilience of its asset and infrastructure management and city planning. While these options are designed for Napier City Council, it is intended that the information contained in this report is shared to support similar initiatives and programmes across New Zealand that aim to increase community resilience for natural hazards.
This guide outlines practical steps, which, if completed, should assist in creating a regionally branded hazard project. These practical steps are the result of reflections and learnings from the development of the multi-region branded hazard project - East Coast LAB (Life at the Boundary)
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